Pictured:  ADCO Contracting Safety Awards and Training onsite at MSD Biotech

ADCO Contracting will conduct all their activities in such a manner as to take foremost account of the Health and Safety of all of our employees, contractors and all those effected by the Company’s activities.

This statement is drawn up in accordance with the Safety, Health and Welfare at Work Act 2005, the Safety, Health and Welfare at Work (General Application) Regulations 2007, the Safety, Health and Welfare (Construction) Regulations 2013 as well as statutory provisions and codes of practice.

ADCO Contracting aims to eliminate all work-related injuries and illnesses and provide all reasonable resources practicable to achieve this aim.

It is our company policy to put in place a system to identify hazards and associated risks and to establish procedures for eliminating such risks as well as ensuring that safe systems of work are devised and implemented. The company will ensure that systems are in place to ensure that all work structures, plant and equipment are safely designed maintained and managed.


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With an A rating on Safe-T-Cert, ADCO Contracting is fully committed to establishing an industry leading Health, Safety and Welfare Policy with structures in place to follow Industry Codes of Practice to safeguard all our employees, contractors and people and property effected by our work.

Irish Construction Awards

Irish Construction Industry Awards: Excellence in Health & Safety – Winner

Our Safety Commitment

  • Safeguard the Safety, Health and Welfare of employees (full and part time), contractors, visitors and anyone that may be affected by our operations.
  • Strive to eliminate any foreseeable hazards which may result in personal injuries, ill health, fires, security losses and /or damage to property.
  • Establish, document and maintain EHS procedures to assist in compliance with the policy, relevant statutory legislation.
  • Strategies and action plans with quantitative targets for improvement – a continuous improvement policy involving regular review of safety procedures and systems of work and our safety management system.
  • Just Internal Auditing to establish key performance indicators
  • External Auditing for comparison with industry and competitors standards

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